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Interfaith Struggles

My conversation with my wife the other day, talking about Hanukkah:

Me: Speaking of Hanukkah, usually each person in the family gets their own menorah. I know you’re not interested in Judaism as a participant, but would you like a menorah? 382 more words


Battling/Loving Christmas

Alright, it’s officially mid November now. Samhain has come and gone (and it turned out differently than I thought it would). Now we’re balls deep into the “Holiday Season”. 895 more words



 Marriage Solemnization in Delhi under Special Marriage Act – 1954

— Also known as court marriage

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Proposed legal and systemic changes by Dhanak for Right to Choice in Marriage

For the last nine years Dhanak has experienced various legal and systemic challenges for couples trying to exercise their constitutional rights related to their marriage. Dhanak is demanding the following changes for the recognition of Right to Choice in Marriage by the government of NCT Delhi. 99 more words

Solidarity Home Visit - October 17th, 2015

Our Solidarity Home Visit on 17th October 2015 in Gurgaon on October 17th, 2015.

Solidarity Home Visit is our periodic meeting on the issues related to Right to Choose in marriage and relationship. 26 more words

Choosing to Keep My Own Religion in Marriage

The decision on whether to convert to my husband’s religion or to maintain my own religion in an interfaith marriage was a relatively simple one for me to make; but it was a decision that was difficult on many people around me and with that in mind it was very difficult on me as well. 602 more words


Book Review: David Gregory's How's Your Faith?

David Gregory and I are both children of Jewish fathers and Christian mothers, both of us raised Jewish. We both married mainline Protestants. We both have children with one Jewish grandparent, yet we are both passing on Judaism to our children. 837 more words

Interfaith Families